Amrath Grand Hotel De L'Empereur
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Left for belgium this morning. Just entered the french speaking country and I read about some caves in liege, belgium that I will try to find. And then onto brussels.. an intereting thing in europe is all the public bathrooms cost money to use... here are some pictures of the roads. The sign that looks like a ghost busters sign means theres no speed ...
On Sunday, we embarked on our journey from Kaiserslautern, Germany to Brugge, Belgium. We had a scheduled FIVE trains to get us to our destination. After misinterpreting our first itinerary and missing the very first train, we were able to catch another train to get us back on track towards Brugge. Much later that night, while waiting to board our fourth of five trains, we learned that the train had been canceled and may or may not be rescheduled for ...
... us back to camp where we could suitably celebrate our countryman's win. Me with a bottle of Verrazzano chianti, Andy his Belgian beers. We decided to eat in the camp restaurant - where we were told the chef held a Michelin star - but after reviewing the menu of chicken and chips, lasagne or steak, we were told it was fully booked. Directed to the cafe menu, featuring only pizza, hamburgers or bread, we changed the plan to pasta and set about cooking something ...
Up earlyish at 6.30am. Lovely breakfast at 7.30am. Pastries every morning is lovely but I miss my toast and vegemite. Left for track at about 8.30am. Good run there. Interesting parking in parking 36 trying to avoid the mud. I had to get out so two parking peeps could push the car back with Brad driving and them yelling "don't stop". Went to our seats and watched supports ...
... most of what is on google is in dutch, so I cant tell you much. What I can figure out was this area was originally called Linie van Du Moulin, after its designer, Colonel-Ingenieur Carel Diederick Du Moulin, who built it between 1773 and 1777. It covers 15ha. (knew it was big) The canal type structures I saw were dry moats. I can only assume having a moat (even one without water) in the ...